Saudi Arabian clubs Al Hilal and Al Nassr are interested in signing Lucas Moura this summer, according to Goal.
Despite making 50 appearances, the third most in the squad behind Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg and Heung Min Son, the Brazilian has not ruled out leaving Spurs this window following uncertainty surrounding the next manager.
Moura, who enjoyed one of his most productive seasons since signing from PSG, scoring nine goals and chipping in with eight assist, is contracted until the summer of 2024, but previous reports from Football.London believe that Tottenham would sell him at the right price.
And believe that the Saudi Arabian pair have both identified Moura as a target and are considering making an approach for the 28-year-old, who’s previously had interest from Serie A giants Napoli.
Whilst Moura has been a key player for Spurs in recent seasons, and was generally one of Jose Mourinho’s favourites, with two years remaining on his deal, should Tottenham an appropriate bid present itself, it could be an ideal time for Daniel Levy to cash-in.